Are you a new transfer student? Or, have you been here since you were a freshman but you’ve never been to the library or to a library workshop? This is your chance to learn how to do research at CSUSB, using the library’s amazing resources. Here are the details:
Wednesday, September 27th
4:00 – 4:50 pm
PL-2005 (Library Instruction Lab)
Register now on our workshop calendar for our Transfer/Junior Bootcamp. Hope to see you there!
A recent Pew poll indicates that a majority of Americans not only realize that they are often surrounded by misinformation, but also that the library can help them wade through it all.
Source: America Trusts the Library – Intellectual Freedom Blog
Direct link: Using OneSearch to Get Articles, Books, and More on YouTube
Also check out our Library Guide with simple, illustrated instructions to get you started in our new system: OneSearch Users’ Guide.
After a temporary detour into storage, the books in the Q call number section are all in their new home on the 5th floor.
Thanks to our library users for your patience during the shift, and thanks to the great student assistants and staff in our Circulation Department who provided all the muscle to move the books!
A Library Guide with simple, illustrated instructions to get you started in our new system: PRIMO OneSearch Users’ Guide.
Request quick delivery of a book from another CSU library through OneSearch!
If we don’t own the book, or our copy is checked out, it’s easy to request it via the CSU+ service.
Find our more in our OneSearch Library Guide: CSU+
The John M. Pfau Library’s Onesearch system went live as of 8 a.m. this morning. Please take a look! As with any huge system changeover, even with the most diligent work and attention to detail behind the scenes, there will be “bumps” along the new path. Should you encounter any, please let Stacy Magedanz know about them so we can get them fixed (screenshots are a plus!).
We thank you for your patience!
How will our new system affect you? Check further information to find out!
Beginning Wednesday June 21, the library’s hours are:
- Monday-Thursday 8 AM – 10 PM
- Friday-Sunday CLOSED
We have two holiday closures:
- Monday-Tuesday, July 3-4, for Independence Day.
- Monday, Sept. 4, for Labor Day.